Remembering Pete Seeger

Celebrity Q&A, Featured Article, People, Where Are They Now
on February 8, 2013

Editor’s note: Folk singer Pete Seeger died Monday, January 27, 2014, at age 94. The following questions was originally published in February 2013.

What is folk singer Pete Seeger, who wrote “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?, doing now?
—Tom Orton, Gunnison, Utah

Pete Seeger, 93, recently released two albums on Appleseed Records, “Pete Remembers Woody” and “A More Perfect Union.” In November 2012, he and longtime musical friend Lorre Wyatt released the single and video for “God’s Counting on Me, God’s Counting on You,” which they recorded and filmed on a sloop sailing the Hudson River. The native New Yorker and his wife Toshi-Aline Ota, married in 1943, live in a cabin they built in Beacon, New York, and have three grown children. The Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner continues to be active in environmental matters.